UMaine Hockey, Homecoming, and Handsome Guys all on the FTS Podcast

BlogTalkPicWith less than a week to go until our #RiseAndStein Tailgate at the University of Maine we had a really big show talking about Homecoming, Black Bear Hockey, and Handsome Guys on the latest episode of the Fill The Steins Podcast.

With Homecoming Weekend nearly upon us we had a major announcement regarding our live musical act at our #RiseAndStein Tailgate which is a free event in Lot C in front of the New Balance Field House starting at 10am on Saturday. In addition to that announcement we also confirmed that the Black Bear Cheerleaders will be making an appearance at 11am along with several other UMaine celebrities. We will have contests, prizes, and free giveaways throughout the day so make sure to reserve your spot here.

We had a chance to speak with our new BMOC (Big Man On Campus), none other than our new student contributor reporting from his office in Cumberland Hall, Griffin Stockford. He had a chance to fill us in on life as a freshmen on campus and what he plans to report on for Fill The Steins throughout the year.

We closed out the show with our new weekly segment covering Black Bear Hockey with former WMEB sports broadcaster and current host of “Behind the Bench”, the lovely Whitneigh Kinne. With UMaine dropping two games in Alaska this weekend, Whitneigh talked about the Black Bears chances of beating defending national champions Union College who come to the Alfond for two games as part of Homecoming Weekend.

Click to Listen: Fill The Steins Podcast – Season 2, Episode 6

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